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2011 was the year of Green Lantern, 2012 is the year of The Dark Knight Rises, and 2013 will be the year of Man of Steel. Superman has been absent from cinemas since 2006’s Superman Returns and fans have been yearning to see the original superhero back on the big screen. Next year director Zack Snyder will be taking us back the city of Metropolis with his newest film and today, at the San Diego Comic Con, we will be seeing at just what that will look like.
SAN DIEGO — There are lots of people dressed like Superman at Comic-Con, but the real guy – or at least the actor playing him in the latest Superman film – made a surprise appearance at the fan festival.
Jeffrey Taylor is a staff writer/moderator at The Superman Homepage, co-host of From Crisis to Crisis: A Superman Podcast, available at the Superman Homepage, iTunes and The Superman Podcast Network. And here is his review about Henry Cavill and Superman.
We get the inside scoop about working with Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Henry Cavill With The Tudors, which chronicles the early years of King Henry VIII, soon to be shown from the very beginning on Sony TV, Entertainmentwise took the opportunity to sit down with Michael Hirst, the writer, creator and executive producer of the award-winning television drama. We got the inside scoop on what it was like working with a star-studded cast including 'Bend it Like Beckham'’s Jonathan Rhys Meyers and the new Superman himself, Henry Cavill.
News of the day: Henry Cavill has a girlfriend. English showjumper Ellen Whitaker talks in her interview for Daily Mail about her boyfriend Henry Cavill, new Superman in upcoming movie Man of Steel.
The veil of secrecy over the Superman casting process was such a Fortress of Solitude that not even Henry Cavill nor his CAA agents knew the actor had gotten the role in Warner Bros.' Zack Snyder-directed, Christopher Nolan-produced movie until Sunday morning.
Last night Dublin hosted the European Premiere of the US box office hit, The Count of Monte Cristo. Young star of the movie, Henry Cavill, flew in directly from Los Angeles to attend the premiere, which was followed by a gala ball. Also in attendance was co-producer Morgan Sullivan (who is also co-producing Reign of Fire).